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But his expertise isn't limited to technology.
You see, to succeed in the high-tech realm, an investor like Michael has to be able to sniff out the tiny, emerging ventures that have the greatest chance of turning into big winners. That's a real gift.
Most investors have no idea just how many small companies there really are to sort through. And, as I know from my many years as a business journalist, the vast majority of these little players are one-trick ponies, flame-out candidates, empty shells, also-rans or outright frauds.
Out of the thousands of smallish firms that occupy each business sector, there are literally just a few that have any kind of chance of lasting success. And in that small group there's perhaps one or two that can make an investor some real money - but only if you can identify the company and buy the stock before it makes its move ... and before it becomes "common knowledge" among Wall Streeters and retail-investing America.
The bottom line for a guy like Michael is this: To be a successful tech guru, you also have to be an expert in small-cap stocks.
So when Michael was here in Baltimore for a strategy session a few weeks back, I pulled him aside and asked if he could come up with a couple of small-cap profit opportunities that I could pass along to you.
I'm sharing one of those with you today.
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